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New report calls for debt offices to weigh the pros and cons of two-way collateral and clearing
The recently released autumn statement shows compensation will be offered to energy-intensive companies as a result of UK climate policy, but questions remain around the details of the initiative an...
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To the rescue?
European leaders endorse EFSF model, as facility gears up for debut issuance of up to €5 billion
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Making the right call
Bond investors have snapped up German Bunds in recent weeks, with Europe’s sovereign debt crisis triggering a flight to quality. But is Germany really the safe haven it appears? Credit explores po...
The head of capital markets at KfW, Horst Seissinger, explains how building long-term relationships with investors has helped the bank achieve its funding targets even during periods of extreme vola...
The commencement of the ECB’s government bond purchase programme and the announcement of an EU loan facility for struggling peripheral countries resulted in an immediate tightening of spreads. Yet...
What longer-term implications could the moratorium on new drilling in the Gulf of Mexico have on production costs and supply amid uncertainty over new regulations asks Pauline McCallion
The world is watching nervously as sovereign debt is rocked by fiscal and economic crises in the eurozone.
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